Fashion Round-Up

Burberry Summer, Robyn Lynch x C.P. Company and Tiger of Sweden 70s liberation
Fashion | 26 May 2024
This article is part of ICYMI – Your weekly fashion news bulletin

Time flies, so to keep you in the loop, we’ve rounded up all the important snippets of fashion news from the past seven days into one neat feature. This week includes Celine’s FW24 collection, Burberry’s new bag and Rimowa’s latest collaboration. 

Burberry Summer
Temperatures are on the up and Burberry is rising to the occasion with a curated summer collection. The British houses quintessential Burberry Check, which arrives in new sand and lichen colourways on bikinis and tracksuits is a standout of the season while the Equestrian Knight Design appears on t-shirts, dresses, bags and beach towels. Accompanied by a sun-drenched campaign starring Alva Claire and lensed by Harley Weir, Burbs officially have us yearning for warmer climes.



Robyn Lynch’s C.P. Company collab just dropped
Debuted at her FW24 London Fashion Week show, Robyn Lynch’s hotly anticipated collaboration with C.P. Company is finally here. Consisting of reimagined archival silhouettes, upcycled outerwear and traditional knits, each piece is complete with Lynch-branded fastenings and hardware.

Shop the collection here



Celine FW24
In the Mojave, backdropped by the Sierra Nevada mountains, Hedi Slimane set his FW24 Celine menswear collection film. Helicopters, Cadillacs, cowboys and a flaming jukebox – it was pure cinema.

Read our full report here


Versace revealed the Mercury sneaker
Guided by notions of futurism and versatility, Versace’s new unisex Mercury footwear collection expands the house’s dedication to innovative artisanal techniques, elevating traditional sportswear codes through luxury craft.

Shop here.



P&Co’s bowling shirts
Summer’s coming, and therefore so are bowling shirts. With this, cult brand P&Co have released their new season silhouettes and graphics inspired by 50s America. In lightweight fabrications, they’re decorated with imagery drawn from casinos, diners, bike culture and West Coast life.

Shop the collection here.



Tiger of Sweden collaborated with Nuda
Inspired by the plot of 70s adult movie Fäbodjäntan (or Come and Blow the Horn), which tells of a group of friends gathered in the Swedish countryside who find an old magic Viking horn which, when blown, makes everybody in earsight extremely horny, Tiger of Sweden X Nuda reflects on the era’s spirit of liberation, playfulness and sexuality.

Titled Curious Monika, the collection translates the rebellious romance of 70s counterculture: mini brown leather shorts, grass-stained jeans, folky ethereal dresses, cropped and pin-clasped tuxedo blazers and double-breasted leather jackets.

The collection also draws inspiration from 70s Swedish band Gräs och Stenar, who twisted traditional folk music into innovative prog rock grooves, contemporising traditional fok costumes through deconstruction and anti-establishment ideas.



Rimowa x Aimé Leon Dore
The latest Rimowa collab sees the iconic luggage brand team up with NYC label Aimé Leon Dore to realise a new cabin travel case range. Crafted in Germany, the collection embraces Aimé Leon Dore’s signature green hue and features bespoke leather handles and straps as well as co-branded leather-covered logo badges. It’s the ultimate travel companion.



Birkenstock introduced new suede braided styles
Celebrating the brand’s expert craftsmanship, Birkenstock’s new collection details iconic Boston mule and Oita silhouettes with a tone-in-tone braided leather strap. The line is showcased through a new campaign featuring French-Ukranian artist Elvira Voynarovska, who crafts multi-layered tactile sculptures with natural materials inspired by notions of home, movement and exploration.



Burberry Rocking Horse
A first for the house under Daniel Lee’s helm, Burberry’s latest campaign debuts the brand’s Rocking Horse bag inspired by the house’s long-standing ties to the equestrian world. Crafted in a curved silhouette with reign-inspired straps, the neutral colour ways allow Burberry’s new branding to take centre stage, as a lowercase ‘b’ forms a new house motif. Brand ambassadors Bright, Jun Ji-Hyun and Tang Wei star in the accompanying campaign, alongside actress Asami Mizukawa and models Lily Donaldson and Nora Attal.



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